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, nicole. connell: 82,000 is capacity at metlife stadium as a use that illustration to talk about obamacare and this fiasco. the numbers that are out show you can only 40,000-50,000 people have actually enrolled as of last week. well below the administration target, which was 500,000 people. dagen: half a million people. steve forbes here to make sense of all of this. chairman of forbes media. ready to weigh in. do these numbers surprise you, steve, at all? >> no. even those numbers are slightly exaggerated. the reports that it is the equivalent if you put your policy in effect in the card but you haven't bought it, they're counting it as a sale and the private sector cannot do that. so even those numbers are exaggerated and that is why the administration is going to have a big push to expand medicare as a way of getting around the exchange snafu. connell: no way they're getting toward the 7 million this spring. >> they're going to have to do something. the way they're going to do it is medicare. those that have not signed up for expanding medicare are being inhumane by not doing it, so the
doesn't come out until next week but jonathan martin has all the incite details and joins us now. it's fascinating on your reporting in this. how serious were they looking into having hillary clinton be the vice president? >> it was serious, not that it was intentionally polled and focused grouped. campaigns don't spend the money unless they are seriously exploring something. it was only known but about a half dozen of the top obama senior advisors, people like david axle rod and most notably the chief of staff william daily, then chief of staff who became close to joe biden. they are similar age, similar background. >> similar background. you talked to him? >> i talked to him on the phone and he confirmed saying he thought it was his due diligence as chief of staff to explain the possibility of what she would mean for obama in 201. they concluded she wouldn't add a substantial effect, she would help but not enough to dump biden. >> so a bump but not big enough to justify the whole drama -- >> that was their conclusion at the end of 2011, correct. >> there is also in the book details
that's what makes america so great. we don't forget those that fought for us. >> certainly bob dole has not. on another subject, if you would like to hear how bob dole feels about ted cruz, chris christie, hillary clinton, go to our website. thank you for joining us. >> this is gps, the global public square. welcome to you around the united states and around the world. we have an important show for you today starting with the failure to reach agreement on a nuclear deal with iran. despite the presence top diplomats in geneva this weekend. why were they unable to make a deal? would it be sellable back home in iran, in the united states, in france? and then an assassination. this man, the head of the pakistani taliban, was killed last week by an american drone strike just when the taliban was supposed to sit down to talk peace. was the killing a good negotiating strategy, we'll discuss. and have the most recent rev revelations from edward snowden. should they? we have two experts give us different views. the prime minister says yes and he did it. finally a tv topic. why one nation spe
have been forced from their homes. on this veterans day, u.s. marines arrived to help a country where americans once fought and died. the united states is sending shelter and hygiene supplies to aid 10,000 families and 55 tons of emergency rations which can feed 20,000 children and 15,000 adults, at least for a few days. seen from the air, the scale of the devastation is breathtaking. almost unimaginable. on the ground, the grim reality, entire towns turned into rubble, stunned survivors scavenge for food and water amid the stench of bodies. let's go live to the island of sebu, which took a direct hit. anna, you tveled with the military to a remote group of islands devastated by the typhoon. tell our viewers what you saw. >> reporter: well, wolf, we are here at the cebu air base which is very much a staging ground for this massive military operation to get food, to get water, to get those desperately needed supplies to the people who need it. as you say, we joined the military and went to one of those really hard-hit areas. i mean, you're talking town after town, village after village
'm elisabeth hasselbeck. 10,000 people are feared dead after a typhoon in the philippines. -l this morning u.s. troops are on the ground henning piece together the damage. where is the storm headed next? stay here for details. >> days after a second-term winner, new jersey governor chris christie goes on an all-out media blitz slamming the obamacare debacle. >> anybody who has run anything in their lives could see this coming a mile away. >> more on the jersey governor's advice for the white house. like they'll listen. >> miley cyrus sparking more controversy at another awards show. >> you know, i couldn't put this award in my bag, but i did find this. so thank you guys very much. >> how her latest performance goes up in smoke. "fox & friends," new week, special day starts now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what a treat on this veterans day morning. you're waking up to the hell cats. it's an ensemble of buglers and drummers from the west point band. >> some of our favorite people from one of our favorite places on one of our favorite dates, to honor those who served this great nation. >> the official nat
people of boston and from all of us, even people like me that don't know the difference between the strike zone and twilight zone, congratulations, although i'm not that bad. so good to see you smile, incredibly, completely ridiculously good. that's it for us. thanks for watching. "early start" begins now. >>> streets and cars are under water in texas. our indra petersons is tracking the latest forecast. >> he thought as the chief of staff to explore the possibility of what hillary on the ticket would mean for president obama in 2012. >> the political bombshell that everybody is talking about this morning. the explosive new report revealing there was talk of dumping vice president biden for hillary clinton. >>> justice for kj is coming! >> the launch of an investigation into the mysterious death of a teenager who was found in a rolled-up mat inside his high school gymnasium. >> happy friday! >> i'm michaela pereira in for zorai zoraida. >> i'm john berman. >> it feels like it's still october. >>> deadly and ferocious flooding in central texas. more than a thousand homes evacuate
: on capitol hill, nancy cordes tells us democrats who have been pressuring the president to allow americans to keep their insurance are calling his plan a welcome first step. house republicans plan to vote tomorrow on a bill that would allow insurers not only to reinstate the canceled plans but to continue to sell them to new customers. today, the u.s. aircraft carrier "george washington" arrived in the philippines. its 21 helicopters will deliver food and water after typhoon haiyan destroyed buildings and infrastructure there. thousands were killed. the exact number is not known. seth doane is in tacloban, the city hardest hit. >> reporter: utility workers in tacloban were back on the job today, but not restoring power. they were still cleaning up. it was the same all over town. almost a week after the typhoon tore through the philippines, very little has changed. how high was the water in here? >> almost 15. >> reporter: 15 feet high the water was? >> yes. >> reporter: ronald calipayan was sorting through the mess at home, but most of what was there wasn't even his. it had floated here fr
the year 1843. democrats and other lovers of a functioning u.s. government were not pleased. >> i believe very deeply that the judiciary is too important to play partisan games with it. that's exactly what's going on here. >> going to hold nominations hostage without consideration of individual merit we will have drastic measures. >> drastic measures also known as the nuclear option, also known as a push to get nominees cleared with a simple 51-vote majority. democrats are reconsidering that measure because of the gop's unprecedented and historic intransigence on, well, everything but especially on presidential nominations. as "the new york times" reports, republican objections to miss millet had nothing to do with her political leanings. they wanted to refuse president obama any more appointments to appeals court. that's because the court oversees most agencies, health care, financial reform to the irs and epa. underscoring the importance of the d.c. circuit court, four of the nine supreme court justices served on it. but rather than than admit to their fear obama appointee might shift t
, many consumers, especially those i'm not wanting to build with us. lori: the initial criticisms graven before the website clutch occurred and really put a hurdle -- that was the first problem. it never detraction. and in healthy people, why would they want to sign up now that there were subsidizing older americans with chronic issues. that is a long-term problem. >> it is a significant issue. in the way that was supposed to be addressed was to the individual mandate. although demand is not really strong. the penalties are not mine. in addition to that end of the people having a consumer friendly environment with which to purchase the product will be comfortable doing that. a lot of that has dampened the potential to enroll a lot of young and healthy individuals. i believe at this point they are completely discouraged. lori: how are you and your employees dealing with all of this? and me, it seems you have a new set of rules to contend with each and every day the reader much paperwork, extra labour is required to get this straightened out or a least keep up with the changes? >> it is tr
. four days after the most powerful typhoon on record, a u.s. general on the ground is warning that many more people could be dead within a week if food and other aid don't get to where they're needed the most and soon. the philippine president tells cnn he now expects the final death toll to be around 2500. that's far lower than an earlier estimate from officials of some 10,000, but it's still way too early to tell with the bodies in the streets and the communications still very slow or simply out all together. the u.s. government says two americans are among the dead. cnn's paula hancocks and anna koren in the disaster zone for us. anna, you traveled to the area where the typhoon first hit the philippines. tell us what you saw. >> reporter: that's right, wolf. we traveled with the military to guyan which is the first township to have been hit by super typhoon haiyan. as we flew over, everything, every single structure, had been flattened. as we came into the airfield, these giant palm trees, every single one of them snapped which gives you an idea of the power of this storm. we were on
to him a lot. very dear friend to me, i used to talk to him a lot at terminal three. i was injured while helping an elderly man trying to get to a safe area. i turned around and there was a gunman that shot me twice. i was shot in the foot. after i was shot i got to the area where the planes were at. and people were coming towards me and asking were you shot and what is going on. and i was like -- i couldn't -- all i could think about was you know, helping them like you know. i may be injured right now, but the concern is really to take care of you. we don't know where the gunman is at. so i like to make sure people are safe first, don't worry about me. so that is my story. thank you for giving me a chance to tell a little bit what happened to me. thank you. >> a decent guy, in a moment you're going to hear another story, all the developments on the situation today. for that, kyung lah. >> reporter: this is a big strong guy, when i spoke to her grandmother, she said her grandson is in pain, that is going to be a long recovery process for him and the other victims. meanwhile, we are lear
're with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm christine romans. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. berman has the day off. >> nice to have you with us. >>> we begin with what is unfolding in the philippines. more than 10,000 people now feared death in the aftermath of typhoon haiyan. drinking water and food cut off to millions. bodies are littering the streets and hanging from trees as well as. entire villages are gone. haiyan has been downgrade to do a tropical storm but still a killer and slamming into northeast vietnam overnight and we are getting reports of widespread destruction there as well. such a tragedy. we begin our coverage with andrew stephens live in the fips a philippines and can you tell us what is happening now? >> it's evening right now. >> reporter: i'm at the airport which is shattered by this huge tropical storm surge that came through here at 8:00 or 9:00 friday in the morning. a shell here but it's turning into a crucial point for recoveries and for getting relief supplies out to people. at the moment we are seeing relief planes coming in on a fairly regular basis and people walkin
of this will work. the metaphor that has been used all day today, it's like trying to put toothed oste back into a ndibe. you just can't do it. gerri: exactly right. >> have you take 5 million people who have lost their insurance and then read form these contracts? in many cases the insurance companies may not want to sign these people up again. gerrnot c i think you make a grt point. i spend all afternoon on line ininousing on the telephone to insurard we brokers, industry analysts. i have to tell you, they say you cannot do this. a comed ony with maybe 5,000 employees like the one i work for spend 12 months getting their insurance pro ready to go. i talk to people today who said, there is no way that these insurard we commissioners for oe can approve new plants because that is what is g "tng to take. and for people to then apply for those plans and get them oreproved. listen to what laura peterson of the naic had to say. older and sicker policyholders will be more likely to drop existing policies in favor of a new dca obamacare compliant policies. under an healthier individuals are more l
. we lift up all our vets today. thanks for joining us. now "the lead" with jim sciutto starts now. >>> 10,000 lives gone in a matter of hours and many still desperately trying to find their loved ones. i'm jim sciutto and this is "the lead." the world lead. time is running out for anyone still trapped after a super typhoon laid waste to the philippines. survivors only beginning to take stock of the enormity of the disaster. >>> u.s. marines are on the ground in the philippines, just one of the teams joining the international relief effort, but the task is overwhelming. hundreds of thousands of people are displaced. many don't know where their next glass of clean drinking water will come from. >>> and also in world news, no deal. world powers including the u.s. fail to reach an agreement with iran to stop enriching uranium. now that everyone has walked away from the table, what can bring them back? >>> welcome to "the lead." i'm jim sciutto filling in for jake tapper. hope you're having a meaningful and memorable veterans day. we begin with the world lead. just moments ago, the u.s
of seven cia officers appears to have been killed. margaret brennan on how u.s. intelligence found its revenge. has a tiny american drug company found the solution to the scourge of the meth epidemic. jeff glor shows us how it works. and steve hartman on the road. prisoners who met suellen fried leave prison with a new conviction. >> maybe we're not that bad. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, los >> good evening, this is a special western edition. los angeles international airport is one of the busiest in the world. as many as 175,000 passengers pass through the terminals everyday. on this day at mid-morning a man walked into one of those term gnats, took a semiautomatic rifle out of a bag and started shooting. by the time it was over one man was dead, the first t.s.a. officer ever killed in the line of duty. six other people were rushed to a hospital. the suspect is identified as 23-year-old paul ciancia of los angeles who also has roots in new jersey. a note found in his bag may hold a clue to the motive and john mi
's information who uses the service. >> absolutely. it is a huge overreach on the subpoena, not narrowly targeted at slumlords or what have you. indeed, anyone who has access the site once that information, clear intimidation and tremendously unfortunate because this is a product that is filling a market demand. gerri: the folks are fighting back saying it is an unfounded fishing expedition. what is more, they are saying that the government is really going after money throwing away the kinds of money that comes into this city because of air bnd. keeping these guys even really understand the economics of this and now works? >> i don't think they think too much about it. they can get headlines and now lobbied by their special interest. they think that this is something that they can be populist about. really it is a lot of people who want to visit new york and other cities with battering control laws that cannot afford to stay there and this is a way to bring in tourists. gerri: apparently there is some kind of law on the books that you cannot lease your place for short-term. you know, this is like
-brainer. >> jon steinberg, thank you very much. that's it for today. join us tomorrow. now it's time for "squawk on the street." >>> good morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." our special coverage of twitter's initial public offering. i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer and david faber at the new york stock exchange. twitter finally going public today, pricing 70 million shares, $26 each. that's above the expected range of 23 to 25. company will raise at least $1.8 billion and trade under the ticker twtr. the ipo values twitter at 14, $18 billion that, number still to be determined. we'll talk with twitter ceo dick costolo right after the opening bell, a lot of other special interviews throughout the morning. you've been tweeting. how meta is that about just how overallocated this is? >> i did just about ten minutes ago, speaking to a number of hedge fund managers this morning, who all of course are disappointed in their allocations but not surprised. but for 2 million you get 5,000. you put in for 7,000, you get 10,000. but they've also been providing color buy as you might expect the un
website will be fixed as promised. but the real problems will just begin. airlines using in-flight wife died to get your information. where do they draw the line? are you ready for the holiday shopping season? don't buy another thing until you see our users guide. tonight. the "willis report." gerri: your show. your money. your voice. tonight your veteranssthis veterans day we know our veterans are in trouble. high unemployment rates more and more heroes on food stamps. where have we gone wrong? and as a research so selflessly better a goldstar mom a mother of a navy seal also a military family adviser with concern to veterans for america. we appreciate you coming. but what is 900,000 veterans on food stamps? why it is going on in the? limit these are brave and amazing human beings writing a check to america up to their life in america has turned their back and right here in new york city 40 percent of the returning veterans find themselves on food stamps and standing in this soup kitchen and it is inexcusable. gerri: i read effuse he went to thousand vets will be eating at soup kitchen
is changing around them and people are more used to picking up issues instead of accepting everything that the party has. john: money defend bill o'reilly. he generally believes that to legalize drugs, it is harmful. >> one of the things that is interesting is that he says you are dreaming up ideas and we invaded iraq based on a theory that cannot be turned out to be wrong. and the idea behind after he was we can go in there and create democracy in with enough like a soufflÉ and it didn't work and we are now suffering under obamacare and other types of financial regulations that are based upon very that have nothing to do with us. and then you go to the libertarian side of things and places like google or apple or whole foods and these are not theories the resource abstract concepts, these are the incarnations of the idea that people with freedoms they can do stuff and produce really interesting results. and that is a reality. >> pursuant to the drug war, people putting themselves -- the reality on the ground by almost everybody in the drug war has failed. >> i think americans confus
. >> this morning a team of u.s. officials brought water and supplies to the hardest hit areas. some store owners are using weaponing to fight off looters. >> days after the haiyan slam into the philippines with terrifying force, survivors are desperate. >> we want water and medicine for the injured. we just need your help. >> reporter: fierce winds and heavy rain the monster storm barrelled through the islands friday destroying nearly everything in its path. but it was the wall of water more than ten feet high that proved most deadly. men, women, and small children were sent fleeing for higher ground. at this hotel in the hard hit area, a team of american storm chasers became rescuers usinge mattresses to help elderly in the waters. the storm damage is tsunami like, power and out residents displaced, entire communities flattened. >> the devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's horrific. >> reporter: survivors walked through the streets covering their noses to mask the smell of dead bodies. >> we don't have water anymore. we don't have food. i'm glad we're st
the clues to a motive. john miller will have more about that but first carter evans is at lax for us this evening. carter? >> reporter: scott, terminal 3 is still shut down. many of the roads in and out of lax are closed. and stranded passengers are scattered all over the airport as the investigation continues. the police calls began at 9:20 a.m. in the middle of the morning rush at los angeles international. >> black blue or dark clothing. >> reporter: passengers inside terminal 3 describe shots and then a stampede of terrified people heading toward doors leading out to the tarmac. >> i didn't see his face. i just saw the gun. and i was terrified. and like everybody else was. we were all just on the ground. >> reporter: the shooting began at a tsa check point. the suspect pulled a semi auction rifle out of its bag. los angeles police chief. >> he pred up into the screening area where tsa screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners back into the airport itself. >> reporter: the gunman shot four tsa officers killing one. he then moved down the long term nal 3 conc
and is joining us now live. what does it look like from your vantage point? >> reporter: at the moment, in the last hour or so, it has significantly picked up pace here. i've just been talking with a storm chaser just then, he's come down and is standing close to me. he was saying the last gust we had just before we started this live was about 80 miles an hour. now, this storm is predicted to get a lot, lot stronger than this. the latest we're getting from the philippines national weather center now is gusting up to 380 kilometers. that's 235 miles an hour. now we're just at the beginning here. the storm as we know has made landfall about 400 kilometers from where i am, but is expected to move its way down towards here. we are expecting at this stage at least to get possibly a direct hit here. i don't know how much you can see behind me, but we're about one mile or so away from the waterfront. very, very windy. people have now basically hunkered down and are getting ready to ride this storm out. >> do they have precautions there? are there secure structures where you are in the philipp
, thanks. >>> bill bratton is with us, former chief of the lapd and the nypd. these days a security consultant and nbc news analyst. sadly, it seems we only get to talk to you after another episode of gun violence. this is your former turf. a place you were charged with protecting. that ring of tsa, commissioner, does not have weapons traditionally. you don't think the answer will be to weaponize concentric circles as you work your way into the airport? >> there will probably be a call to do just that. i would advocate against that trying to train 50,000 people to handle firearms in a very contained situation. better to leave it so the highly trained police personnel such as those that went into action today. >> as we said, l.a.x. on a friday morning, 9:30, busy place. hard to name a time when l.a.x. isn't busy. the problem with running an airport, you've got to have the free flow of people. isn't that exactly what makes them increasingly fertile targets for random violence and organized terrorism? >> while the violence occurred at the tsa checkpoint and maybe proceeded farther into
the show. thanking them for all they've done for us. start your day from 5:00 to 9:00 with fox and friends. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. thanks for joining us. on, tonig. >> you can keep it up to the time -- i hope this is correct but this is what i have been told, up to the time the bill was enacted. >> shouldn't the senior senator from the nation's largest state know what obamacare says about keeping your health insurance? tonight, we've continue our reporting on the chaos in washington. >> these 14 million people that buy insurance on the individual marketplace, some of them are going to get these notices because they have crappy insurance. >> while most of the nation is angry that obamacare is so fouled up, the zealots continue to defend it bernie goldberg will weigh in on that. >> what you have done to tribute to that sexiness? >> i mean look at me. >> jesse watters visits perhaps the most libertine university in the nation. >> i mean, really good looking. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly, tha
southeast asia. we have a live report next. >>> deal or no deal? u.s. deep in talks with iran trying to stop that country's nuclear ambitions. one american ally is none too pleased about it. a live report in minutes. >>> you can't make this stuff up. a mayor of toronto to top himself when it comes to bad or criminal behavior. >>> burger wars are on again. what's the latest move by one fast food joint to top the other? good morning, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex witt". there's a struggle under way in the philippines. haiyan is the most powerful storm on earth ever to hit land. it is comparable to a strong category 4 in the u.s. there are more than 100 dead lying in the streets. because that storm moved across the country so quickly, they are hoping the death toll will be limited. they say there's a desperate need for drinking water. witnesses say there was a massive wall of water when that storm hit. one man said it sounded like a 747 flying over his roof. dylan dreyer has more. good morning, dilan. >> good morning alex. it is no longer a super typhoon at this point. haiyan raced t
for the people of the philippines and the u.s. marines are out atta tacloban, helping get relief efforts and get things back up and running. that was one of the things, piers, there were no lights at the airport, to help with the type of situations that was needed. in the next six to seven hours it will definitely cause a crimp in some of the plans. we'll continue to follow it in the next several days. >> anderson, we know the american military has sent aid, the chinese sending aid, lots of countries helping now. but how restrictive is it at the moment to get the aid that is needed, given the current horrible conditions that are continuing? >> reporter: yeah, that is a really good point. i mean, there is so much debris on the ground. it was really the storm surge, when you see it on the ground and are looking at the images, it reminds me of the tsunami we saw both in southeast asia and also japan just a couple of years ago. that water really picks up all the debris and deposits it on the roads. often it is 20, 30 feet high. the piles of debris, you can have a car buried under a house. who knows
-nilly? >> it is the aggressive time might. back from individual consumers walking in with a new health care plan for us to go back and think we can implement in a better manner than what has been laid out so far is a task that could be difficult you do. melissa: your organization bob represents thousands that are involved in the industry that adds confusion to the chaos. why so much confusion? >> the tower of babel the president's decision is like putting a band-aid to the gunshot wound and made promises to the american people that they could keep their policies they wanted it and said for one more ar you can keep your policy but then you can't if you wanted after that so consumers are confused and brokers here every day from small-business owners from independent contractors and the marketplace what is going on? it is mass confusion plus you have the regulators in many states they cannot do what they were asked to do. >> arkansas and others say there just is not enough time. how long do you take? if they cannot accommodate the time frame and how long do you take to get a plan that market? >> the lot longer
website but could not get them. when you do, let us know how you did it. melissa: of the president's words used list? he unveiled yesterday allowing insurance companies to reinstate cancel policies. some states are refusing to go along with it. we have an exclusive. florida state insurance commissioner in a moment on what it will cost you because even when they say it's not, it is always about "money." ♪ it will have devastating effects. what is your reaction? we have been working by allowing them to give early renewals. we will be working with them to reinstate policies if they choose to do so for this transitional time provided by the president. melissa: okay. you have 330,000 people that have been canceled already. if you were ahead of the curve, why did those people be canceled? >> well, those policies are the ones that are primarily with our largest carrier, but cross blue shield, florida blue. they have now agreed to reinstate those policies and work with us over the course of the next year to review the policies that come up to provide their customers with that option, and they re
. thank you so much for waking up with us. >> we do so with a fox news alert out of the philippines. reports that the death toll from one of the most powerful typhoons on record could reach well 10,000 people. at this show hour 10,000 are fe dead. >> translator: i'm looking for my grandmother, mother and child. >> there's no radio, no television. the devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's really horrific. >> the u.n. says 2.5 million people are in need of food aid in the area there and unicef estimates there's 1.5 million children who could be affected by this. coming up we'll have a live report from that devastated area and hear from aid workers what the crisis looks like. >>> on to another fox news alert, police in texas are on the hunt for two suspects after a gunman goes on a deadly rampage at a massive house party. two are dead. 16 others wounded. it happened just before midnight in a suburb near houston. dozens of people mostly teenagers were at the house when the gunfire rang out. >> it was chaos. just chaos. i heard between five and ten gun shots, and, you kno
can't line up. >> the round that oswald was using, simply doesn't fit in that hole. if you look at the 5.6 millimeter, the round is designed to explode upon impact. that was in the secret service weapon, it fit perfectly. >> some believe our government did it. >> the telephones didn't work. to prehaven't the wrong stories from spreading, if anything went wrong with the plan. nothing was left to chance. he could not be allowed to escape alive. >> others believe it was the mafia. >> i think it's undeniable that the mafia was working in conjunction with the dallas mafia. they had just decided that they had had enough, kennedy was trying to put them out of business so they were going to put him out of business. >> or was it cuba with its own ax to grind. >> cuba, the united states must an ever closer and realistic look at the communist intervention and domination in cuba. the american people, are not come place sent about iron curtain tanks and planes less than 90 miles from their shore. >> here is the president of the united states. >> tonight a live special, the jfk assassination,
play one on television. the president is allowing us to sell crappy plans. we've done months of work. we're not going to give the option. if i'm state insurance commissioner, it's not worth the headache. >> some talk off the error, put out statements. it will take a long time to go back to regulators and approve the plans they scrapped. i don't think there's legal questions about them doing this. it's not even the uncertainty of that. they made cost adjustments and regulatory adjustments. i think what the white house is trying to do and what democrats are starting to do is what everyone is saying, shift the focus back to insurers. they lost focus. they worry they might lose focus for a very long time. every problem with health care five years ago you could blame on hmos. every problem with health care they solve this month, every cost issue blamed on the government. it happened in 2012, democrats didn't lose when people's rates went up in 2012. that was the panic now. people who were losing what couldn't tell without patronizing them were bad plans but not for the company but the gov
with respect to this investigation. this investigation is ongoing. we're working with the u.s. attorneys office as well as our partners. i'm not going to talk about the victims today. we still have people we have to be in contact with in the meantime. we are going to bring our resources to bear in conjunction with partners, which would include our response team and any other resource. at this point, we do not see any additional threats here at the airport. finally, last speaker will be -- want to take -- who's responded and helped not only with the traffic and traveling public it appears today as well. one last note, i want to say we'll take questions just after, i want to thank you those officers from the los angeles department, the police department here who saved lives here today. >> thank you. >> good morning, i just want to reiterate something the mayor said and thank the first responders here today. lapd, the los angeles world airport police, fire department, tsa, fbi there's a natural human instinct when you hear gunfire to flee or duct. the folks here today run towards them and save liv
repeatedly looked us in the eye and testified that everything was on track. >> reporter: after a lot of finger pointing in recent weeks, republican marsha blackburn fr tennessee pressed on who was to blame and asked if it was any of the top medicare officials. >> michelle snyder is the one responsible for this debacle. >> well, excuse me, congresswoman, michelle snyder is not responsible for the debacle. hold me accountable for the debacle. i'm responsible. >> reporter: more than four weeks after launch the website was taken offline again last night and remained out of commission all morning. >> the program has crashed and burned at least three times. and the user is still having problems. it's been down the whole time you've been testifying. the system is down at this moment. >> reporter: fixing it by the end of november is the administration's goal with some expressing the concern about the ultimate price tag on what's been an expensive launch so far. >> we have spent about $118 million on the website itself and about $56 million has been expended on other i.t. to support the web.
compare that to super storm sandy, sandy was a category three when it hit cuba and two when it cost the u.s. east coast. this is a category five and only because there are no categories above five. it is just huge. only three official reports of death but it's hard to get information from these hard-hit areas. communications are still cut to many of those regions. several aviation authorities haven't been able to make contact with their counterparts in these hard-hit areas. in fact, for about five hours, in the last message they got from one of the airports badly hit a text that said airport ruined, need assistance. 25 million people in its path. >> you got to know a storm of this magnitude was on its way. what about evacuation? were they able to get a lot of people out of those areas? >> the laugh few days, we had warnings that the storm was coming and that it was going to be big. so people did heed those warnings and get into evacuation centers. the fact is the philippines has some very physical problems with infrastructure. there are reports coming out of one of the areas that was hit fr
on all of them. have a good weekend. >> you, too. joining us is stephanie link from the street, rich peterson, john manly from wells fargo funds and greg itt from "the economist." characterize the jobs report for us. how did you see it? >> positive number, maria. the street was looking for 125,000. we got over 200,000. that was in spite of the fact we probably had negative effect from the shutdown. bottom line, if we hadn't had shutdown, i'd think the number would have been even stronger. more encouraging with revisions to august and september, where there was no shutdown effect, we now have august with employment of around 240,000. just think about it. if that's what the fed had thought august really was when they went into that september meeting, they might have already tapered by now. >> so, i guess if this jobs report continues and we see this kind of healthy job creation next month, does the taper happen sooner than later? >> i think they do it as soon as they can do it without any impact on the economy. they want the economy to have a head of steam. they're just trying to stop
be achieved the first effort is to try to achieve it, obviously, peacefully, and you try to use an exhaust dlomacy in ordero do that, but the president h taken no option o the ble. >> it sounds like something broke down here, you were vy close to a deal theeporting is the french thoughtt wasn't tough enough on the iranians, and you know the history. as thesraeli prime minister caed rouhani a wolf in sheep's clothing, they double play, play for time while they try toin th confidence of the west a ey can play games. is that what there's fear around the table ty are doing now? no, that's not the fr around the table, ihink a number of nations wanted toake sure we had the tgh language necessary, the clarity in the language necessary, to absotely certain that we were doing the j and not granting more or doing something sloppily that could wind upith a mistake. this is seris business. and i thinevery country came there. this ithe first time that e p-5 had come togetr with this kindf a serious set of possible options ifront of it, with a new iranian govnment. remember that this has changed since t
american businesses billions of bucks. we have someone here who will help all of us. all that and so much more coming up this hour of "markets now." connell: where do we get the graphic of the person sleeping next to you in the shot. that is really weird. i didn't even see how you would characterize me as irritable which you know it is not true. dagen: you're a little cranky. snarky. connell: nicole petallides starts us off at new york stock exchange. a lot going on including the market. >> i think you're both very lovely. never it ridable. seeing where we close last friday on first of november. we closed at 15,615. we're still positive on the week for the dow jones industrial average which right now is looking great after a tough morning and some back and forth action. right now you're seeing the dow up close to 90 points at 15,680. i also want, s&p by the way is also higher by 3/4 of 1%. i'm rushing because i want to get to gold and twitter. gold is down 23 bucks. some of the analysts i've been talking to watch it sell off. mark newton think it is might bounce back next week. twitter, n
on the way to get us to single-payer. connell: they wanted it to fail on purpose. monica: it was all baked into the cake. people are saying the canceled policies are unintended consequences of obamacare, that is not true. these are intended because it plans to move people of the government exchanges to get the whole thing to work. dagen: the government exchanges, it is still an individual private insurance market because the insurance is not being written by the government, insurance is being written by private companies, it is just the government has designed a gateway that is flawed and failed. monica: that is true to this point except what you are going to hear, you're already starting to hear this is they will say we tried the private exchanges, we try the private insurance companies, the free market, it clearly didn't work som so now e only have one option. dagen: it is the same thing run by the states. it is working better than the federal run exchanges. monica: the state will only pick up the tab for another two or three years and then that money is essentially going to evaporate an
. connell: also not good. nicole petallides joins us to start things off. >> reporter: and i'm good, i'm doing well here on the floor of the new york stock exchange. dow's up 61 points, folks, snapping the two-day losing streak we've been seeing. dow jones industrials up 61 points sitting at 15,606. don't forget we had a great october, right? we're up 2.7% on the dow gaining over 400 points, so we've hit records this week on the dow, nasdaq and s&p to speak of. also let's just take a look at some longer charts comparing one week and one month charts as we continue to watch the action to the upside. some of the energy names doing well, we're watching netflix and jcpenney doing well, auto sales and that's soaring. back to you. connell: all right, nicole, thanks. dagen: at the end of what can only be described as an awful, terrible week for obamacare, kathleen sebelius is trying to do damage control with a trip to memphis. connell: rich edson joins us with the latest on this. >> reporter: well, she and the administration continue to defend and sell law. she will highlight government worke
defense minister will explain what is going on there. and then the former nsa director will help us understand what america's spies are really doing around the world. also, michael bloomberg called the mayor of the world. with the election of his successor on hand, what lessons does bloomberg have to share with us? one of them, cities need rich people. he'll explain. >>> and the latest weapon against bad guys. it's not a newfangled drone or bunker buster bomb. it's simply brett me to. i'll explain. >>> first, revelations about the national security agency and spying on foreign allied leaders has been embarrassing for the obama administration at a time when it hardly needs more bad news. is it more than an embarrassment? should it raise alarms abroad and at home? at first glance this is a story that is less about ethics and more about power. the great power gap between the united states and other countries, even rich european ones. the most illuminating response came from the former foreign minister of france. he said in a radio interview, let's be honest. we eavesdrop, too. everyone
was a kid i used to prepare my parents were straight grates on myreport card so if they saw a couple of low-grade, they thought that i was being goofy. nestly they didn't harken my advice. thann u so much. the one switching gears here, in washington, the economic recovery being cut at the pass. it did not happen despite all of the doom andgloom. more indications of really good and and it used to drive the lateral government to a standstill. the way that they had a disastrous amount of sequestration steps. >> no matter what. >> clearly e early read on both and is is that they do no do the harm that was feared. >> i hope that right. is that i like it was a joke, but there's now a group of people saying that maybe the shutdown was good for the economy. >> they got more data between august and september, the numbers re very slid. anif that continues, i think that what that would be a very good sign that the economy will recover. >> so so much for shutdown, what you say? >> well, you know, the impact, ese numbers hold, these impacts will not be asnegative as what people anticipate. we have a ma
both of you here. make sure you join us tomorrow. right now it's time for "squawk on the street." ♪ ♪ >>> good wednesday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer and david faber. 10-year yield easing right around 2 opinion 74 this morning. our audio board's on fire today. >> it's always nice to hear porky pig. >> overnight in asia, shanghai and hong kong down sharply, some disappointed in that four-day meeting of leaders and bank of england cutting its forecast for inflation. macy's beating profits, affirming on the year. >> and a fight with kraft ends up costing the coffee giant $2.8 million. >> tesla confirming there are no plan foors recall. outlines his vision and fires back at george clooney. >> and doubts continue to compound about completing fixes for the end of the month on baum care. >> revenues beat consensus at revenues are up 3.5 prgs. the ceo says numbers are extremely strong. sales trends at bloomingdale's doing well. >> big name for my charitable trust. ta terry lundgren has been able to go against amazon. in is always w
it and have yet to verify. it comes to us from project very tough spirit of what you to see, here is someone under cover trying to manipulate the system pretty successfully. listen to this. >> saying something about if the smoker something like this. i really don't smoke. gerri: so, here is the bottom line. somebody goes into a navigator for obamacare. they say, you know what, i smoke a little bit. there are told, don't tell the truth about it. want to show you another just so you can get a sense of what we're talking about. this is about declaring income. you make money, you talk to a navigator, what does that tell you cack listen to this. >> on a cash basis. don't kid yourself in trouble by declaring in now. >> exactly. >> never admit that. gerri: never reported. the highest amount of money as you can from the federal government. to you, are you surprised by this? >> not at all. once we learn from the federal government that they were not going to rely on their irs estimates to verify peebles and come but the honor system instead, it was an open invitation to fraud and mischief. gerri: app
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